In-Home Hospice Care
Our staff of Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistant, Social Worker, and Chaplain are available to provide care in-home. This team will access needs on a regular basis to ensure that we are providing the very best care.
In-Patient Hospice Care
You always have the option of staying in our beautiful, state of the art Hospice House. It is a 12 bed facility, equipped with a kitchen, family room, and pleasant care givers. We also encourage you to take a stroll through our garden while you are there. We welcome family and friends for visits.
Our Hospice House is available to those with terminal illnesses for Respite Care. We offer a maximum 5 day respite stay, designed to take care of those diagnosed with a terminal illness while giving the family or care giver a short break, as we understand that what you do on a daily basis is so important. However, remember to take care of yourself as well.
Volunteers are a vital part of Hospice of Laurens County. We have quite a team of angels here that help with a wide variety of projects ranging from preparing food for home care patients, heading up our tuck in program on Thursdays, assisting with labeling and mailing items, and many other things that we could not do without them! Click the link below to download the application to become a HOLC Volunteer!
A professionally trained chaplain is assigned to each of our patients without regard to race, ethnic, origin, economic status, or religious beliefs. Special care is given to offer the upmost sensitivity in our spiritual care. Chaplain's services also include the families of our patients. Our chaplain is available for scriptures and prayers at the bedside, family and group devotions in the chapel, and private meetings with individuals when needed. Our chaplain always encourages and respects the ministries of our patients' pastors and other ministers when they are available.
Hospice of Laurens County offers bereavement support to the families of our patients for a minimum of 13 months following the loss of their loved one, including, but not limited to:
"Hope Through Healing", a special series of 7 inspirational mailings to help aid the healing process of grief and mourning.
Counseling is available on an individual basis by appointment.
Continued Contact after the funeral.
Assistance with funerals and memorials is available when needed.
We also hosts events to remember loved ones throughout the year:
Annual Memorial Service held on the 2nd Sunday in November, honoring the memory of our patients with a lighted candle presented to each family.
Our Community Butterfly Celebration, held on the 3rd Sunday in May to celebrate the Resurrection, while honoring the memory of our loved ones.
Supporting "Grief Share" ministries in area churches
Jaime's Tree House
Jaime's Tree House, children's bereavement Day Camp, is offered in the Spring for children who have experienced a death in their family. Contact the Social Worker for more information. You can find more information on this service under our Events Page.